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San Diego's Baseball Recruiting Class Ranked No. 4 Nationally

Sept. 22, 2014

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SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Collegiate Baseball has ranked the University of San Diego baseball team's 2014 recruiting class No. 4 nationally.

The No. 1 recruiting class goes to LSU, followed by Wichita State, then Florida, and in fourth place comes San Diego. Rounding off the top 10 are Oklahoma State, Mississippi State, Texas, Stanford, Virginia and Cal State Fullerton. USD is one of three non-BCS schools in the top-10 baseball recruiting class ranking.

San Diego got eight of the nine players who signed a NLI to actually arrive on campus. Joining the Toreros in 2015 will be: Riley Adams (Encinitas, Calif., Canyon Crest HS), Bryson Brigman (San Jose, Calif., Valley Christian High School), Gary Cornish (Scottsdale, Ariz., Palomar College), John Grimsley (Tomball, Texas, Concordia Lutheran HS), twin brothers David Hill and Jacob Hill (Orange, Calif., Orange Coast College), Hunter Parkinson (Santa Cruz, Calif., Soquel HS), and Jonathan Teaney (Palmdale, Calif., Quartz Hill HS).

Loyola Marymount, 2014 NCAA Super Regional participant Pepperdine and San Francisco were also named as top national recruiting classes.

From USDToreros.com